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Dec 13, 2011 4:30am PST
today. >> reporter: good morning, it will be the first time at the courthouse where jerry sandusky will come face to face with his accusers. some say the abuse happened in jerry sandusky's home and right now he is free on bail wearing an electronic monitoring bracelet and maintains his innocence. during tuesday, the prosecution has to convince the judge there is enough evidence to take the case to trial. >> jerry sandusky does not think it is going to get thrown out. even if only one of these kids is believed, that is a serious case. >> jerry sandusky will have the opportunity to testify. at least one man is preparing for what his attorney says will be a very difficult day. >> he has been told essentially tell the truth and prepare by simply trying to relax as best as he cool. >> reporter: they will likely be asked to recount what happened with jerry sandusky and will be submitted to tough questions from the defense. >> we are looking for them to tell us what happened and then we will look into how it didn't happen the way they say. >> and -- >> reporter: and mike mcqueary, it was his t
Dec 8, 2011 4:30am PST
and exploit -- trafficked and exploited. >>> two more people came forward accusing jerry sandusky of unlawful conduct with a minor. all together he now faces more than 50 counts of child molestation but police believe there may be more alleged victims. his charity that deals with at risk children is cutting staff due to a drop in donations. >>> former illinois governor rod blagojevich has until february 16th to report to prison. he will have to serve 14 years behind bars for multiple counts of corruption including trying to sell president barack obama's senate seat. he said he made terrible mistakes and will have to serve at least 12 years in prison before being allowed to be released. >>> now city council approved three permits for three dispensaries this week. the ruling comes after federal prosecutors will no longer turn a blind eye to people and they believe it is unfair to people waiting to open their businesses. >>> girls will have to wait until they are 17 to get a prescription for plan "b." until yesterday they were planning on lifting the age restrictions but they ordered th
Dec 6, 2011 4:30am PST
mile and that's the charity found by alleged molester an assistant coach jerry sandusky. joe paterno was reportedly involved with several big money projects. those investments include a luxury retirement community and a golf course. >>> 4:37, standard importers are facing several countries face a credit downgrade. the countries are germany france and austria and that could make it impossible for the well,the-year-old nations to -- wealth thyer nations to bailout their neighbors. all right, it is 4:38 we want to go back to sal to check out the traffic this morning. any major problems? >> no major problems but we always worry about black ice and just be careful he is spendly -- especially in sonoma county because it is freezing up there. mcarthur maze, that traffic is moving along relatively well with no major problems, also the commute looks good at the bay bridge toll plaza and there are no mail problems here and this is northbound 280 as you drive up to highway 17. it is a very nice drive and there are no mail problems throughout the south bay. here is -- let's go back to th
Dec 14, 2011 4:30am PST
jerry sandusky and as we told he waived his hand to 52 child molest station charges. >> there will be no prenegotiations, this is the he fight of his life. >> if he is convicted on all counts he could face up to 155 years behind bars. >>> they are getting ready to host a marijuana giveaway. they are closing down because of threats from the federal government. so friday they will be dispensing free marijuana to 40,000 of their customers. free marijuana will only be given to medical marijuana card holders. >>> they are looking into just how hard should it be? now the law requires it should not be any ladder than the latest on television -- any louder than the loudest on television. complaints about commercials having being too loud has been the biggest complaint since it started. >>> release of thousands of pal loans, they are facing $7,000 fines. it was part of a video game. the problem is they ended up in the birds and caused problems for aquatic life, they do have 30 days to pay that fine. >>> hundreds of workers have already moved from the palo alto facility to the new campus. faceb
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